[BiO BB] CFP: CICLing-2006 -- Computational Linguistics, Springer LNCS, February, Mexico -- one week reminder

Alexander Gelbukh gelbukh at cicling.org
Wed Oct 19 05:01:56 EDT 2005


        7th International Conference
        on Intelligent Text Processing
        and Computational Linguistics

        February 19-25, 2006
        Mexico City, Mexico

        Endorsed by the ACL


        LNCS: Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science.

        Abstract:  October 17, late submissions can be considered;
        Main text: October 24, 2005 (for registered abstracts).

        Full paper: 12 pages, short paper: 4 pages.

        Nancy Ide, Rada Mihalcea,
        2 more to be announced, see website.

        Ancient pyramids, Monarch butterflies,
        great cave and colonial city, and more.
        All tentative. See photos on www.CICLing.org.

        Best paper, best presentation, best poster, best demo.

| Topics

     Computational linguistics research:

        Comp. Linguistics theories and formalisms,
        Knowledge representation,
        Comp. morphology, syntax, semantics,
        Discourse models,
        Machine translation, text generation,
        Statistical methods, corpus linguistics,
        Lexical resources;

     Intelligent text processing and applications:

        Information retrieval, question answering,
        Information extraction, Text mining,
        Document categorization and clustering,
        Automatic summarization,
        Natural language interfaces,

     and all related topics.

| Schedule (tentative)

        Sunday, Wednesday, Saturday: full-day excursions;
        Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: talks;
        Monday: Welcome party & poster session. See website.

See complete CFP and contact on www.CICLing.org/2006

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